World News: 15:18 GMT Thursday 29th August 2019. [Yahoo Business News Feed via SPi World News]
It means getting back to clubs and student organizations focused on sustainability — everything from composting and recycling to reducing food waste and promoting cleaner oceans and waterways. 'Young people tend to be incredibly active in sustainability issues, much more so than many adults,' says April Peebler, executive director of Heirs to our Oceans (H2OO), a Berkeley, California-based organization that tries to help 12- to 17-year-olds from around the world learn about and advocate for the environment. Hannah Ono, 15, of Boston, has already been advocating for the environment for years.
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